A large number of potential issues face firms when the UK leaves the EU which could lead to chaos if not tackled.
With delegation rules a hot topic and the possibility of some investment being withdrawn from UK-focused funds, Brexit is already having an impact. Samuel Brooks of Macfarlanes explores some of the key issues.
The constraints prompted by the global financial crisis could be on the chopping block. In Part I of this regulation special, pfm analyzes the changes since the crash.
Policymakers are focused instead on establishing a smoother-running single market, according to Sven Gentner, head of asset management at the EC.
Brexit has created uncertainty for UK fund managers, but the EU 27 will be fine without them, say delegates at the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry’s conference.
The pain UK-domiciled fund managers are feeling now from the Financial Conduct Authority will be worth it in the long run.
Legal experts working off limited guidance are unsure if the AIFMD will define club deals as alternative investment funds, an outcome which would increase GPs' reporting obligations.
The German government is rethinking draft AIFM legislation that was slammed by the industry for its strictness. Here PE Manager and Christian Schatz, a Munich-based partner at SJ Berwin, walk you through the major changes under consideration.
The European Association for Investors in Non-listed Real Estate Funds says work on the forthcoming regulation affecting alternative fund managers will be a priority for the organisation this year.
The EU is still in the process of adapting its controversial Directive on Alternative Investment Fund Managers after a storm of criticism from the affected managers and plenty of disagreement among the member states. In the meantime, here is what private equity firms need to worry about in the current proposal. By Marcia MacHarg, Anthony McWhirter, Philipp von Holst and Ina Maria von Raven of Debevoise & Plimpton

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